Sony ICF S22
Product Type: Sony portable radios
Description:Model ID ICFS22 / Sony ICF-S22 - Portable radio / Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced ... more
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Compact hand-held Radio;
Pocket size for portable use;
Tune Indicator for easy tuning;
Earphone Jack and Carrying Strap.
Newest Review: ... is good enough for what I need it for, and it's easy to use and reliable. The Sony ICF S22 is battery powered and runs on 2 ... more
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SONY ICF-S22 Portable Radio
SONY ICF - S22 Portable Radio
Last Update 10.12.2013 23:20
Customer Sony ICF S22 Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/03/08 (Very useful, 200 readings)
The Sony ICF-S 22 is a hand held portable radio which I just stumble across few days ago. I don't know were we got it from, maybe it was given to us, I can't remember. I simply put batteries inside it to check if it works and it did so thought might as well review it. The portable radio is of old style and not DAB. It's silver and has your traditional manual radio tuning dial on the side. It has a speaker which takes up most of the front and the rest is taken up by the station frequency wave numbers, AM/FM. At the side you have a headphone jack and above it near the corner a string handle. It has an extendable Arial which when not in use tucks in nicely same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/08, updated on 01/06/13 (Very useful, 427 readings)
About 4 years ago before going on a camping trip to Norfolk, I made the decision to spend £10 on a "decent" portable radio. I had not any previous luck with a couple of wind up radios that simply didnt charge or were not a good enough quality in reception. I purchased the Sony icf-s22 from a Woolworths store for £9.99 and have simply not looked back. It a tough, durable portable FM/AM radio that takes two AA batteries. The power consumption is excellent, as i seem to have to change the batteries very rarely indeed. I use the radio on all camping trips and on my boat and i have never had any complaints. Be it about reception, battery usage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/10 (Very useful, 172 readings)
Tucked away in the back of one of my drawers, I found an old Sony ICF S22 handheld portable radio, which I believe I originally bought for when we went camping, and to give us a bit of quick, cheap musical entertainment whilst we were away from civilisation. I remember buying this small radio for under £10 (well, by 1p) and thinking that it looked quite robust, and would be just the thing for trips into the countryside. This is not a digital or DAB radio, it's not that advanced, relying on users tuning it in to AM and FM frequency numbers to pick up certain stations e.g. 88-91 FM is Radio 2 (or it was back when I was listening to it, I remember the jingle that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/10, updated on 19/11/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
My 4 year old son loves listening to music when he sleeps. Although I tried out different toy radios, the music always sounded crackly with bursts of static and the receiving of the stations was not very good. I decided to purchase a useful, "genuine handyman" radio for my son, who is very good at breaking things. So far, the Sony ICF-S22 has proven itself to be a high-quality, tough radio, suitable for toddlers (as long as they don't bend the antenna!) The Sony ICF-S22 is a compact and attractive silver hand held portable radio with simple knobs and a decent volume. Reception from the radio is high quality, no crackles and static at the normal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/08 (Very useful, 58 readings)
It is impossible to have a great affection for a clock radio. It performs one of the most disliked tasks that any electrical device can do - it wakes you up in a morning. The 390 LWH can do this either with a buzzer or with a pre-selected radio station. Frankly why you would choose the buzzer I do not know when you can wake up to Sara Cox or Sarah Kennedy, though wait a minute the buzzer suddenly becomes an attractive option. The clock/radio works best off the mains but you need to have a battery for back-up particularly if like me you live out in the country where the area is prone to power cuts. The clock radio has always been reliable and keeps good time. ... Read the complete review
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